Yankee Magazine Celebrates the Holiday Season with a Festive New England Flair
“Here in New England: The Flood” — by David Goodman (page 16): When Tropical Storm Irene struck Vermont, rain-swollen waterways washed away homes, bridges, and roads. Amid the destruction, Vermonters found hope in one another.
“The Toy Maker” — by Jim Collins (page 22): In Ogunquit, Maine, toymaker William John Woods has been handcrafting toys and igniting children’s imaginations for 35 years.
“Only in New England,” by Justin Shatwell (page 26): Just thirteen miles from flagship store Yankee Candle, there’s a new destination candle shopping experience in Massachusetts’ Pioneer Valley called Kringle Candle. Yankee investigates the candle war, raising the fear of wax shortages and elf strikes.
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